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Y, FEB. 10, t943

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'hinclads Beat State;-Matmen Face Spartans Today

Michigan Will
Seek To Avenge
Previous Loss
Johnson, Maxwell To
Grapple at 145 Pounds
In Best Bout of Card
One of the hottest wrestling match-
es of the season is expected to mater-
ialize tonight when Michigan's pow-
erful mat team faces a. champion-
studded Michigan State outfit at 7:30
p.m. in Yost Field House.
State's Bill Maxwell, 1942 national
champion at 136 pounds, will grapple
with Captain Manly Johnson, Wol-
verine mat wizard, in the 145-pound
division, and it should be the top
match of the evening's card.
Johnson Is Conference Champ
Johnson, Conference champion at
145 pounds, lost in the finals of the
1940 National Championships to Bud-
dy Arndt, Oklahoma A.&M. boy. Both
he and Maxwell were schoolmates at
Tulsa.
Two other Tulsa grapplers, Bo and
Cut Jennings, are slated to face Larry
Loftus and Hal Rudel of Michigan at
128 and 136 pounds, respectively. The
Spartan twins, co-captains of the in-
vading team, are 1942 national titlists
at 121 and 128 pounds, respectively.
Mat Coach Ray Courtright shifted
his lineup, sending Dick Kopel down
to 121 pounds to face Herbie Thomp-
son, and bringing back Pete Speek at
155 pounds to battle Johnny Marrs.
Speek missed the Indiana match be-
cause of an injury.
The ailing Bob Allen has received
the doctor's okay to wrestle, and will
battle Burl Borrin at 165 pounds while
Tom Mueller takes on John Spalik
at 175 pounds, and Johnny Green
laces Mike Dendrinos in the unlim-
ited division. Paul Keen will referee.
Matmen Lost First Time
Minus Captain Johnson, Michigan's
mnatmen invaded the Jenison Field
House at East Lansing Jan. 18 and
dropped a 16-14 decision to the Spar-
tan lads coached by Fenley Collins.
Johnson stayed behind with a cold.
It is conceivable that his return can
give the Wolverines a possible victory
or .at least a tie.
Probable lineups:
121 pounds - Kopel (M) vs.
Thompson (,MS).
128 pounds-Loftus (M) vs. Cut
Jennings (MS).
136 pounds-Rudel (M) vs. Bo
Jennings (MS).
145 pounds-Johnson (M) vs.
Maxwell (MS).
155 pounds-Speek (M) vs. Marrs
(MS).
165 pounds-Allen (M) vs. Bor-
rin (MS).
175 pounds - Mueller (M) vs.
Spalik (MS).
Unlimited-Greene (M) vs. Den-
drinos (MS).

Powerful Track Squad
Defeats Spartans, 69-35
Dave Matthews Provides Upset in Mile; Victory
Raises Michigan's Chances in Big Ten Meets

Record-Seeking Wolverines Meet
Undermanned State Tank Squad

By ED ZALENSKI
Daily Sports Editor
Michigan's stock in the Big Ten
indoor track campaign took an up-
ward swing last night at Yost Field
House when the Maize and Blue
trackmen buried a strong Michigan
State squad, 65-39, in the opening
meet of the current season.
Varsity Coach Ken Doher ty's sur-
prising charges mopped up the run-

Chuck Pinney blazed the distance in
7.5 seconds, followed by burly Elmer
Swanson and Jack Martin.
Michigan's capture of first and sec-
ond in the two-mile was almost equal-
ly impressive.
Mile Relay Is Easy Win
The Wolverine mile relay quartet
won easily in the impressive time of
3:23.6. State took the lead at the
quartereas Kaulitz beat Len Alkon
by three feet, but Willie Glas made
up the deficit in the next two laps
and Jim Sears held his own. Ufer,
running the anchor leg, opened up a
huge gap over State's Lloyd Whetter
and finished going away.
Little Hugh Davis, Spartan sprinter,
scored a double, winning the 60-yard
dash in 6.5 seconds, and the running
broad jump with a leap of 21 feet,
10% inches. Ted Wonch beat Bob
Segula in the pole vault, clearing 13
feet, three inches, Brecher tossed the
16-pound shot 45 feet, 5/8 inches to
defeat George Ostroot; and Jim Mil-
ne, State's sensational high jumper,
had only to clear 6 feet, % inch to
win over Liv Stroia, who was just an
inch under that height.
The Summaries
Mile run-Matthews (M), Ingersoll
(M), Scott (MS). Time-4:20.5.
60-yard dash--Davis (MS), Alkon
(M), Bodoh and McCarthy (MS) tied
for third. Time-:06.5.
440-yard dash-Ufer (M), Kaulitz
(MS), Whetter (MS). Time-:49.8.
65-yard high hurdles -- Swanson
(M), Dodge (MS), Buschman (MS).
Time-:08.3.
Two-mile run-Bob Hume (M),
Leonardi (M), Page (MS). Time-
9:50.3.
880-yard run-Roxborough (M),
Ross Hume (M), Upton (M). Time-
1:57.2.
65-yard low hurdles-Pinney (K),
Swanson (M), Martin (M). Time-
:07.5.
Mile relay-Michigan (Alkon, Glas,
Sears, Ufer), Michigan State (Kaulitz,
Stevens, Fraser, Whetter). Time-
3:23.6.
Pole vault-Wonch (MS), Segula
(M), Roberts (MS). Height-13 feet,
3 inches.
Shot put-Brecher (MS), Ostroot
(M), Hegre (MS). Distance-45 feet,
57/ inches.
High jump-Milne (MS), Stroia
(M), Dale and Flook (M), tied for
third. Height-6 feet, % inch.
Running broad jump-Davis (MS),
Pinney (M), Buschman (MS). Dis-
tance-21 feet, 10% inches.

By JOE McHALEv
If anything was ever certain, it is
that the Wolverines will run Up a
huge score when Matt Mann's swim-
mers meet the Michigan State nata-'
tors tonight at 7:45 in the Sports
Building Pool.
State was swamped by Ohio State,
62-19, shortly after the Bucks had
absorbed their 52-32 ducking at the
hands of Michigan. That makes the
Maize and Blue 63 points better than
the Spartans, on paper. So, it will take
much more than a Spartan effort to
make the .score even close to close.
Highlight of the evening will _be
the first event, the 300-yard medley
relay, in which a Wolverine trio will
attempt to-shatter the American rec-
ord of 2:51.9. Two of the three, swim-
mers, Harry Holiday and Pat Hayes,
swam in this event in the 2:54.3 effort
against Ohio, which bettered the
NCAA and Big Ten records unofficial-
ly. Tonight the freestyle duties will
fall on Captain Johnny Patten, if he
works off an incompl'ete, or on Lou
Kivi.
Team May Take All Firsts
With the strong possibility of win-
ning every event the Mattmen "can
well afford to do some shuffling for
tonight's contest. This has been done,
so fans will see some new faces and
some old ones in new slots as the re-
sult. In the 50-yard freestyle.will be
Mert Church and Judd Brown. Irvie
Einbinder and Dave Levy will swim
the breaststroke while Holiday and
John Aigler are to be entered in the
backstroke.
Walt Stewart and Johnny McCar-

thy will, as usual, compete in the
440-yard freestyle but Ace Cory and
Charlie Fries will shift from the
sprints to enter the 220-yard free-
style. The Michigan contestants in
the 100-yard freestyle have not yet
been chosen. Alex Canja and Lou
Haughey will again represent the
Wolverines in the diving.
S"rtans Hope for Strong Team
The Spartans were hoping to have
a pretty, good team this year, with
the help of the members of last year's
fine freshman squad. However, the
bubble burst before the season even
started for Paul Seibold, breaststroke
star, freestyle speedsters Reed Ringel
and Audley Morden, and Jim Walker,
backstroker who captained the frosh
squad in 1942, are all in service. Vet-
erais lost to the Army are Freddie
Stillman, breaststroker, and Renaud
Bennett, freestyler.
Thus it is that Coach Charles Mc-
Caffree has ample reason. to be as
glum as Buckeye Coach Mike Peppe
after his team meets the Wolverine
tidal wave. ;However, he takes it all
philosophically, saying, "We're just
facing what almost every coach can
expect for the duration and I only
hope what training these kids get
now will help them in battle."
Five returning veterans and three
outstanding sophomore prospects
form the nucleus of the team from
East Lansing. The vets are Jim
Thomas, distance performer, Larry
Luoto. and Warren McNichol, divers,
and sprinters Harold Heffernan and
Jim Newton.

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CAPT. DAVE MATTHEWS
ning events, taking seven of eight
first places, including clean sweeps in
the half-mile and 65-yard low hur-
dles.
Highlighting the meet was Captain
Dave Matthews' astonishing victor y
over State's Bill Scott in the mile. The
Wolverine half-miler, running out of
his favorite event, crossed the finish
line 30 yards ahead of Scott. in 4:20.5
with teammate John Ingersoll a close
second.
Ufer Takes Qua rtermile
"Hose Nose" Bob Ufer had no trou-
ble in taking the quartermile in 49.8
seconds from State's Dale Kaulitz.
But the real surprise came when
Michigan slammed the 880-yard run
in 1:57.2 with John Roxborough, Ross
Hume and Art Upton finishing in that
order.
On the heels of that slam came an-
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